Build your own SDR transceiver.
Featured Product from Red Pitaya
Provides great price/performance solution to build your own SDR transceiver.
Build your SDR transceiver around STEMlab! With its 62,5 MHz of frequency range and 14 bits of resolution it represents a powerful&affordable core of your SDR transceiver. The on board ADC 125 MS/s sampling frequency, 14-bit resolution) digitizes the RF signal from the antenna. The data coming from the ADC is processed by a in-phase/quadrature (I/Q) digital down-converter (DDC) running on the Red Pitaya’s FPGA.The I/Q data is transmitted via TCP to the SDR programs such as SDR# and HDSDR.
Ad an all bands filter and amplifier module, connect an antenna and you are ready to start your SDR adventure!
STEMlab 125-14 coupled with SDR transciever module and free of charge customized Power SDR STEMlab/HAMlab edition becomes a fully functional SDR transceiver with 160-10m band coverage and 10W of output power. It gives you an out of the box, affordable and high performance SDR transceiver solution. All you need is an antenna and you can start your Software Defined Radio experience!
• Receiver architecture: direct sampling / internal high performance 125Msps 14-bit A/D
• Receiver: 25KHz – 62,5MHz
• Transmitter: 160-10m 10W transmitter
• Rx pre-amp: 15/30dB
• Rx att: 12dB/24dB/36dB
• Antenna ports: 2
• Modulations: AM, FM, RTTY, CW, LSB, USB, DIGITAL (limited only by the application software)
• Software: Power SDR STEMlab/HAMlab edition
Red Pitaya was designed to make people learn programming and realize all types of engineering projects with the help of its growing community and strong support.
From fun DIY projects (syncing X-mas tree lights, making own weather station etc.) to advanced projects for educators, students, makers, professionals would like to prototype their ideas faster and are looking for affordable, highly functional test and measurement equipment.
It consists of easy to use visual programming SW and ready to use open source, web based test and measurement instruments running on a powerful, credit card sized HW.
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